EcoTools 6 Piece Bamboo Brush Set

This iconic EcoTools set is what started it all! Whether you want to hide imperfections, define eyes and brows, or create a rosy glow, our set of five beautiful and incredibly soft brushes is the perfect start to your makeup routine. 
Brushes feature bamboo handles, recycled aluminum ferrules and incredibly soft, cruelty-free bristles. 
The beauty brushes are housed in reusable pouches and printed with plant-based ink, utilizing resources that minimize the negative impact on the environment. 
Set Includes:
  • Blush Brush
  • Eye Shading Brush
  • Angled Eyeliner Brush
  • Concealer Brush
  • Lash & Brow Groomer
  • Hemp & Cotton Case (Room for both brushes & makeup essentials!)
The set comes in a zip-top reusable pouch

Blush Brush
This must-have is ideal for applying and setting your face makeup. Our ultra-soft, cruelty-free brush delivers an even, all-over dusting of powder.
This brush is my favorite from this set. It is the softest blush brush I have ever used and the bristles won't shed. It picks up a good amount of product and blends really well. I like to use it for bronzer and face powder too as it's big and just perfectly dense.

Eye Shading Brush
Whether you're creating a look for day or night, this is a versatile, must-have eye brush. Essential for applying shadow base, it can be used for shading, highlighting, and blending. 
This brush is awful to blend eyeshadow as it's so thick and flat, and it doesn't pick up lots of pigments. I usually prefer my eye shadow brush to be softer and fluffier, and I tend to use this one to apply concealer as it works way better with cream products.

Angled Eyeliner Brush
Create a perfect cat eye or use everyday with our ultra-flat angled eyeliner brush. Its angled, cruelty-free taklon brush head creates an effortless, clean line along your lashes.
Angled liner brushes are always great to apply eyeliner, especially if you are a noob like me! The bristles can be a little too soft to draw a perfect straight line though, but I guess I just need more practice. I don't really use eyeliner but I like to use this brush to apply eyeshadow on my lower lash line or on the outer corner of the eyes and also to fill in my brows.

Concealer Brush
Conceal dark under-eye circles and hide minor imperfections with our deluxe concealer brush. The cruelty-free taklon bristles also work great with cream eye shadow!
Something strange I noticed with this brush in comparison to the eye shadow brush is that this one actually applies eyeshadow better than the eye shadow brush, as it's less thick and more soft. I also think this concealer brush is a little too big and fluffy to properly apply concealer on small spots like a pimple, but it works well on the under eye area.

Lash & Brow Groomer
Take control of those stray brows with our lash and brow groomer. Firm, cruelty-free taklon bristles are designed to groom and enhance the shape of your eyebrows. Use the comb to separate lashes for a natural, long-lash look.
Honestly, this is the less useful brush in this set for me. This is the first time I use a lash groom and it actually works great at separating clumped lashes after applying mascara, but it's not a necessity and I don't really mind clumped lashes anyway - as long as I don't end up with spider legs. I'm not used to comb my unruly brows but the brow groomer shapes them really nicely.

The hemp and cotton brush roll is really handy - you can safely store your brushes in the five casings on the pouch and there's even room in the zipped pocket for some other makeup necessities like a blush, mascara or lipgloss - and they won't end up everywhere in your purse.

What's not to love about this brush set? It's inexpensive and comparable to high end makeup brushes, the Taklon bristles are incredibly soft and 100% cruelty-free, the bamboo handle is lightweight and has a low impact on the earth's resources as it's a highly sustainable plant, and the brush roll is a great idea.

 EcoTools 6 Piece Bamboo Brush Set is available at for $18.99. For international retailers, be sure to check out EcoTools website.

Disclaimer: These products were sent to me for consideration to review. I was not paid for this review,  I am not affiliated with this company and the fact that the products were free absolutely does not influence my opinion.

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